Exclusive first look! Making Moon Rock for Monday

Cinema Australia Original Content: Help us continue to cover more Australian films by making a donation to Cinema Australia below.  by Matthew Eeles Two guys walk into a bar in Manly, Sydney. This isn’t the beginning of a joke, but the beginning of a friendship that would lead to the making of new Australian drama, Moon Rock…

Ken Jeong, Vince Colosimo, Lawrence Makoare and Tamala Shelton join the cast of Luke Sparke’s Occupation: Rainfall

Hot on the heels of breaking box office records around the world, Crazy Rich Asians star, Ken Jeong is heading to Australia to shoot a starring role in Occupation: Rainfall, the sequel to the 2018 Australian sci fi blockbuster Occupation. Jeong will touch down in early October, shooting in locations across Australia including the Hunter Valley and the Gold Coast. Jeong joins Temuera Morrison…

New behind-the-scenes images from Rachel Ward’s Palm Beach

Entertainment One have revealed two behind-the-scenes images from Rachel Ward’s drama-comedy Palm Beach, currently shooting on Sydney’s northern beaches. Palm Beach is a drama-comedy about a group of lifelong friends reuniting to celebrate a special birthday, with Palm Beach providing a stunning backdrop for the unfolding drama. The good times roll with loads of laughter, lavish…

The official world premiere of Occupation is happening next month

Highly anticipated Australian sci-fi action film, Occupation, will have its World Premiere at Sydney’s Ritz Cinema on Tuesday July 10, ahead of its Australian release in cinemas on July 12th 2018 and New Zealand on July 26th 2018. Following on from sold-out advance screenings in Brisbane, Melbourne and the Gold Coast, it’s Sydney’s turn to…

9 Australian films we can’t wait to see in 2018

by Matthew Eeles It’s that time of year again when our inbox becomes flooded with emails questioning our decision to choose only nine Australian films we can’t wait to see in 2018. For new readers, it’s something we’ve done every year since launching Cinema Australia. Why nine? Why not ten? We couldn’t tell you. Looking…